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Jun
20
comment What exactly is the difference between <verb>-てしまう and <verb>- [切]{き}る?
Yes, but since his question is about "てしまう", it is very likely that he meant "てきる" instead of "てくる", to express completion of a task. Adding a paragraph on this would make your answer more relevant, I guess. P!
Jun
20
comment What is the etymological connection between sake (alcohol) and sha-ke (salmon)?
Well, the link I gave from the same site, but to the other sake entry has theories relating them… P!
Jun
20
answered Is the title ~[殿]{どの} used in modern day japanese?
Jun
20
answered What is the etymological connection between sake (alcohol) and sha-ke (salmon)?
Jun
20
comment Verb classifications by japanese learners
I might even add by experience that just asking about things like "活用" (conjugation) or "一段/五段" may be answered by a gaze and something like "sorry, I have no idea what you're talking about." P!
Jun
20
answered What is the difference between は and のは?
Jun
17
comment Shouldn't 確認する always be translated into “check”?
I am stunned that no one suggested "verify", which should be a good choice too in many situations.
Jun
17
answered Giving something to oneself
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answered Difference between various “calculation” words (演算, 算出, and 計算)
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16
answered Does the particle “を” (wo) have a special use when at the end of a sentence?
Jun
16
answered How would I respectfully disagree with a superior?
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16
answered Is “あらら” (arara) a word or just a “vocal noise”?
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16
answered How important is one's pitch when speaking Japanese?